BR Phase 1c Funding

Invitation for Project Ideas

Members of the Institutional Innovations programme (including Phase 1a BR projects, Stage 2 Institutional Innovations projects and Stage 3 Lifelong Learning and Work Force Development projects) are invited to submit expressions of interest for Benefits Realisation projects.

Funding of up to £15K is available to individual projects and funding of up to £50k for clusters of projects or larger projects that engage several institutions will be available for Benefits Realisation projects that support the programme to embed new practices in sustainable communities of interest.

Phase 1c will prioritise Benefits Realisation ideas that support the aims of the JISC Building Capacity Programme in supporting institutions to address key issues supported by the experience and outcomes of JISC projects, encouraging take-up and re-use of project outcomes.

This is a rolling call that will continue *until the Phase 1 Benefits Realisation funding has been allocated** (expected to be around March 2010)*, or the final deadline is reached. The following are deadlines for submissions of ideas.

· Wednesday 9th December 2009

· Wednesday 13th January 2010

· Wednesday 10th February 2010

· * **Wednesday 10th March 2010*

· Wednesday 14th April 2010

· Wednesday 12th May 2010

· *Wednesday 9th June 2010 (final deadline)*

Expressions of interest should be submitted using the template available in the full invitation (here) or available from http://br.inin.jisc-ssbr.net/phase-1c/

Further information is available from Paul Bailey p.bailey@btinternet.com  Tel: 07854 962876 or the Benefits Realisation Blog Site http://br.inin.jisc-ssbr.net/

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